HUNGARY: The Zeal of Zita

A clerk and a mendicant monk were taken from a train at Prague last week, charged with high treason against the Republic of Czechoslovakia. Old world diplomats studying the case grinned in their beards, figuratively doffed their cocked hats to dowdy, indomitable Zita of Bourbon-Parme, ex-Empress of Austria-Hungary. In the baggage of the clerk and the mendicant monk (Felix Christian and Father Charles Otto by name) were some typical royalist pamphlets. More interesting were bundles and bundles of membership blanks for a League of Prayer the object of which is the formal...

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